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Tommy Bahama Home
Winter Park, FL
Alyssa Turner Cairns
Grand Rapids, MI
Rachel Moriarty Interiors
San Diego, CA
The distressed metal base is highlighted with a crushed bamboo insert. Three glass top options are available, 54 or 60 inch diameter or 84W x 48D all will polished edge and one-inch bevel. The rectangular top requires two bases for proper support.
Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Leanne Jones Interiors, LLC
Atlantic Beach, FL
We are captivated by the notion that our surroundings powerfully influence our outlook on life, This is evidenced in the visual balance demonstrated by the two floating shelves extending from a strong center column. The space is intentional.
Jason Oliver Nixon
High Point, NC
The dramatic open fretwork design is fresh and contemporary, with a touch of Asian influence. The single drawer keeps bedtime reading accessible yet out of sight.
Swan Mountain Interiors
Swan Mountain Interiors, LLC
Form and function are equal partners in the media room, with the open fretwork sliding doors showcasing decorative accessories on bookcase ends, or featuring the television and storage options including four drawers and seven adjustable shelves.
Incorporating bold architectural shapes and offering an inspirational design statement for the master suite. The woven rattan panel is framed by a dramatic open fretwork design with soft returns at either end.
Michele Broussard Interiors
New Iberia, LA
The three drawer storage provided by two depths helps keep bedside items organized, within reach, yet out of site. The balanced life comes from purposeful discipline and is fostered by the way we set up our homes.
The soft ivory coloration of the honed and polished travertine marble top appears to float above the warm sun-drenched sienna cocktail with walnut base. The front side offers two generous drawers for game or book storage.
The six drawers provide two depths for wardrobe storage with easy access tab pulls blending into the horizontal lines of the dresser. The bottom platform is a darker finish to purposely portray the foundation of design.
Contrast is a key component of great design, blending light and dark colors, natural and man made materials, and truly evidenced here. The crushed bamboo top is neatly framed and sits on a metal base, in a deep dark mocha brown textured finish.
The nine drawer dresser provides four size drawers for wardrobe organization. The extended tab pulls visually blend into the design yet reflect the darker finish on the parsons leg base finished in a rich walnut.
The two pedestals showcase the horizontal slats used throughout the collection. The dining top extends to 100 inches comfortably seating a dinner party of eight.
The tops of the three nesting tables feature a framed application of crushed bamboo, proving a contrast to the deep dark mocha brown texured finish of the metal bases. Nesting provides extended surface area and conforms to the desired depth.
The top features honed and polished travertine marble contrasting subtly with the vertical lines of the drum table in a sun-drenched sienna coloration, and complemented by the walnut finished base. The single door opens to one adjustable shelf.
We are captivated by the notion that our surroundings powerfully influence our outlook on life, This is evidenced in the visual balance demonstrated by the two floating shelves extending from a strong center column. Intentional space.
The two piano hinge bi-fold doors retreat neatly to the sides revealing four drawers, six adjustable shelves, removable shirt partitions, and to aid with television display, a removable back panel, grommets for electrical cords, and an electrical outlet.
The vertical slats of the two sliding doors create visual balance with the four adjustable shelves and allows the viewer to choose what is exposed.
Open and airy, the organization is up you. The five various sized stationary shelves provide ample room for media components and a stylish television foundation.
Contrast is a key component of great design, blending light and dark, natural and man made materials, and is truly evidenced here. The crushed bamboo top is neatly framed and sits on a metal base, in a deep dark mocha textured finish.